Tate Triennial 2006 Symposium – Part 1: Introduction

Introduction

This symposium seeks to probe and debate the exhibition’s claims about the current state of appropriation by bringing together artists, academics and critics to address the themes of archive, re-enactment and memory.

Tate Triennial 2006 Symposium – Part 2: Jan Verwoert

Jan Verwoert

This symposium seeks to probe and debate the exhibition’s claims about the current state of appropriation by bringing together artists, academics and critics to address the themes of archive, re-enactment and memory.

Tate Triennial 2006 Symposium – Part 3: T.J. Demos

T.J. Demos

This symposium seeks to probe and debate the exhibition’s claims about the current state of appropriation by bringing together artists, academics and critics to address the themes of archive, re-enactment and memory.

Tate Triennial 2006 Symposium – Part 4: Kodwo Eshun

Kodwo Eshun

This symposium seeks to probe and debate the exhibition’s claims about the current state of appropriation by bringing together artists, academics and critics to address the themes of archive, re-enactment and memory.

Tate Triennial 2006 Symposium – Part 5: Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion.

This symposium seeks to probe and debate the exhibition’s claims about the current state of appropriation by bringing together artists, academics and critics to address the themes of archive, re-enactment and memory.

Tate Triennial 2006 Symposium – Part 6: Amelia Jones and Marc Camille Chamowicz

Amelia Jones and Marc Camille Chamowicz

This symposium seeks to probe and debate the exhibition’s claims about the current state of appropriation by bringing together artists, academics and critics to address the themes of archive, re-enactment and memory.

Tate Triennial 2006 Symposium – Part 7: Simon O'Sullivan

Simon O’Sullivan.

This symposium seeks to probe and debate the exhibition’s claims about the current state of appropriation by bringing together artists, academics and critics to address the themes of archive, re-enactment and memory.

Tate Triennial 2006 Symposium – Part 8: Olivia Plender and Ken Russell

Olivia Plender and Ken Russell

This symposium seeks to probe and debate the exhibition’s claims about the current state of appropriation by bringing together artists, academics and critics to address the themes of archive, re-enactment and memory.

This symposium seeks to probe and debate the exhibition’s claims about the current state of appropriation by bringing together artists, academics and critics to address the themes of archive, re-enactment and memory. The speakers include Beatrix Ruf, Sturtevant, T.J. Demos, Ken Russell, Amelia Jones, Jan Verwoert, Marc Camille Chaimowicz and Olivia Plender.

Appropriation is a common technique and is employed by many of the artists featured in Tate Triennial 2006. Although appropriation and the juxtaposition of images and facts is a recurring theme in recent art, the Triennial identifies a significant reinvigoration of the practice.